Project designed to improve safety and accessibility, and provide gathering opportunities for the West Central Neighborhood
Media: Fianna Dickson, 509.625.6297
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 2:45 p.m.
SPOKANE - City of Spokane Parks and Recreation in partnership with The Trust for Public Land will host an interactive Open House and Park Celebration in Dutch Jake’s Park to continue the next phase of design for the park. The team is excited to share two park concepts that have been developed based on community input collected between December and March. We encourage the community to join us to discover the opportunities and share your ideas on how we can make Dutch Jake’s Park a safe and fun place for everyone.
The design of the park continues to evolve and we continue to seek community input to identify uses, programs, and future amenities that will meet the neighborhood’s vision for the park. To celebrate the recent improvement in the park, we invite residents to join us to explore the new space with free games, prizes, and breakfast. Park users and families of all ages are welcome.
Dutch Jake’s Park Revitalization Open House and Park Celebration
Saturday, April 14
10 A.M. – 2 P.M.
Dutch Jake’s Park, 701 N. Chestnut (Corner of Chestnut and Broadway)
The project provides an opportunity to improve park safety and community cohesion, recognizes and honors the rich history of the West Central Neighborhood, incorporates the work of local artists, and increases park accessibility and connection to other destinations in the neighborhood.
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About The Trust for Public Land
The Trust for Public Land’s mission is to create parks and protect land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come. Every park, playground, and public space we create is an open invitation to explore, wonder, discover, and play. For more information, visit www.tpl.org.